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I am sorry for this dilemma. But not sure I understand your specific question. Are you asking if you can oppose the request for records?
ThanksYou can "quash" the subpoena IF you can show that the records are not relevant to the case.
The fact that they are personal is not a basis to stop the process...if the records are relevant to the case, the court will require they be produced.Now...if the records contain personal information, you can request that the court view them "in camera" (so they do not become part of the public record)....but this does not prevent the court from considering in the information in the records.
Bot***** *****ne, if the records are relevant (and it seems clear that they are) the court will allow them to be produced...you can request that the court review the records in camera if you are worried about personal information
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